Charges Filed in Church's Chicken Shooting

23-year-old Chicago man charged with first-degree murder and armed robbery

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    Arthur Chaney, 23, is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and five counts of armed robbery.

    UPDATE: Accused shooter ordered held without bond

    A Chicago man was charged Friday in connection with a shooting this week that injured five and killed two at a Church's Chicken restaurant on the city's South Side.

    Arthur Chaney, 23, of 6612 S. Peoria was charged with two counts of first-degree murder and five counts of armed robbery, according to the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office.

    Teens Slain in Restaurant Shooting Identified

    [CHI] Teens Slain in Restaurant Shooting Identified
    Dantril Brown (L) and Jawan Ross (R) were killed in a Tuesday night shooting at a Church's Fried Chicken restaurant. (Published Wednesday, Dec 28, 2011)

    Seven people were hit when bullets started flying at around 7 p.m. Tuesday at the restaurant at South Halsted and West 66th streets.

    Two teens -- Dantril Brown, 17, and Jawan Ross, 16 -- were killed. Five others, ranging in age from 15 to 58, were also injured.

    Teens Slain in Restaurant Shooting Identified

    [CHI] Teens Slain in Restaurant Shooting Identified
    Dantril Brown (L) and Jawan Ross (R) were killed in a Tuesday night shooting at a Church's Fried Chicken restaurant. (Published Wednesday, Dec 28, 2011)

    Chainey is scheduled to appear in bond court on Saturday.